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Omega 3 Round-Up

A round up Myomancy’s coverage of Omega-3 for ADHD and dyslexia.

The Durham trial is the largest experiment on omega-3 and dyslexia related reading problems. Not every is convinced by this experiment, spawning a satirical take on the Durham trials.

Fish oils rich in omega-3 have been reported to calm ADHD child in just 15 weeks. Other studies have similar benefits: ADHD and Omega Fish Oils.

Omega 3 & 6 can help more than dyslexia and ADHD. It has been linked to mental and physical health problems. After a mining accident Randal McCloy Jr. suffered CO2 poisoning and was left in coma. Large doses of omega-3 have been credited in his remarkable recovery.

Don’t know you EPA from your AA then read ALA to DHA: The Fish Oil Alphabet to learn how Omega-3 and Omega-6 are just the start of a complex process.

If you don’t fancy taking supplements but want to get your fatty acids through your everyday food then read The Omega-3 Diet. You may also want to read about the risks of eating fish high in omega-3.

A review of the book, The LCP Solution and the BBC TV’s flagship science program Horizon looked at fish oils and intelligence.

Recently VegEPA has been stealing the media limelight from EyeQ, the people behind the Durha, trial.

Are omega-3 & 6 supplement safe or do these fish oils have side effects.

One Comment

  1. Chris, I was doing some research on doing the Dore therapy whilst taking omega supplements and found this article.

    This sentence scared me, and I’m not sure this is what you really meant.

    “Omega 3 & 6 can help more than dyslexia and ADHD. It has been linked to mental and physical health problems.”

    I’m most sure that you meant to say that “deficiency has been linked to……”?

    Thank you for all the wonderful information here.

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